Watch: “Artists coming together in these times inspire a positive attitude” – Ruben Zahra, MIAF Artistic Director

The online edition of the Malta International Arts Festival will take place until the 5th July 2020.

During this episode of Take a Bow, MIAF Artistic Director Ruben Zahra speaks about the inclusion of literature into this year’s festival, which will feature authors Trevor Zahra, Simone Spiteri and Malcolm Galea who wrote monologues inspired by COVID-19, which will be interpreted by actors Mikhail Basmadjan, Joseph Galea and Andre Mangion.

Another collaboration with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and Spazju Kreattiv will involve three quartets.

Finally, the MIAF is set to close with a bang, with the Opera Highlights as part of Festivals Malta’s Hybrid Festival. Performers will be visiting locations around Malta and offering an opera show on a double-decker bus.

The MIAF online edition will take place until the 5th July 2020 and may be accessed on the MIAF Facebook page and Festivals Malta website.

MIAF 2020 – Online Edition — Commercial

A Celebration of Music, Theatre and Dance – The Malta International Arts Festival Online Edition between the 19th June and the 5th of July. 17 Projects creating collaborations between some of the best local artists, communities and organisations in an effort to come together in these challenging times.Join in the celebrations and immerse yourself in culture. Malta International Arts Festival 2020 – Online Edition, is sponsored by Kinnie – The Mediterranean Classic since 1952, MAPFRE MSV Life, Eden Leisure Group, Hertz Malta and the Ministy for National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government (KulturaMalta), in collaboration with Spazju Kreattiv, the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Teatru Malta and the Malta Society of ArtsVideography Cyberspace AVDirection Studio White MaltaMusic by Mario Sammut

Posted by Malta International Arts Festival on Thursday, June 25, 2020

The MIAF is organised by Festivals Malta.